In-car wireless FM MP3 modulator - allows you to play MP3s on your car stereo via your MP3 player or - HotUKDeals
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Gizmos for converting the output of an MP3 player into a short range FM signal which can be picked up by a car stereo have been around for a while. This one does that and allows you to play Mp3s from a USB memory stick too. Seems to have got very good feedback from previous buyers too.

£12.03 using the cheapest delivery option, you save a huge 9p by using the HUKD discount.
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#1
DOH, I've linked it to the checkout page, the correct link ishttp://svp.co.uk/products-solo.php?pid=1898
#2
Jus checked it & it's showing as £9.69 now.

http://svp.co.uk/prodimages/ac5576.jpg

I used one of these in my car, & its very hit & miss whether you can actaully receive owt on ya car stereo tho
#3
RS2000
Jus checked it & it's showing as £9.69 now.


+ delivery :)
#4
RS2000
I used one of these in my car, & its very hit & miss whether you can actaully receive owt on ya car stereo tho


Thanks for the warning. I've already ordered one anyway, hopefully it'll work ok for me.
#5
Hmmm i looked at these for a while then finally got one and have to be honest i was disappointed with it. Although i had no problems tuning it in the sound quality left a lot to be desired, seems like a lot of the treble is missing which makes the music sound very flat, like listening to something on AM radio. So it's now gone back on ebay!
#6
Link now working :) You can also get a reduced price by using the HotUKDeals discount log-in. Check out the voucher section or the link in the first post ;-)
#8
£11.94 if you register. A massive saving of 9 pennies.

Better off in your pocket though
#9
Had one of these it was Pants...sold it on ebay though for over 20 quid which was a couple of quid more than I paid for it new....:whistling:
#10
Got one today, Pure Junk. After a few mins the fuse blew, got a new fuse, same thing again. Very few free channels to choose from and all are used by broadcast stations anyway. There was some suspicion that it was used before I got it.

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